Concerns over ineffective traditional treatments have prompted calls to better understand the complex processes underpinning Severe and Enduring Anorexia Nervosa (SE-AN). SE-AN is a subgroup of […]
In spite of “challenging times for policy and practice that seeks to improve population health and reduce health inequalities”, Professor Fran Baum’s The New Public Health offers some optimism for the future, said Lancaster University’s Professor Jennie Popay today.
Older Greek migrants are relying on their families for support in preference to aged care services, research from Flinders University shows.
Overwork is significantly impacting the mental health and wellbeing of Australians, a Flinders University labour studies expert warns.
Facebook, blogs and internet chat sites may ring alarm bells for some parents, but these social networking tools are the focus of a study aimed at bridging the digital divide for young people with a disability.
The promotion and preservation of Greek language and culture will be the focus of a new national centre at Flinders University.
The health and cultural needs of ageing migrants will be a focus of the 9th International Conference on Greek Research next week.
The global financial crisis has already had a devastating on business, banking and employment – but a drop in living standards is set to have a big impact on our health.
The goal of closing the gap in health status and life expectancy between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians is unlikely to be met unless racism is tackled, according to new Flinders University research.